US to contribute a further R45 million for Covid-19 vaccine distribution in SA

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US chargé d'affaires Todd Haskell and Health Minister Zweli Mkhize
US chargé d'affaires Todd Haskell and Health Minister Zweli Mkhize
US Embassy South Africa

South Africa's Covid-19 efforts are set to get a R45 million boost from the United States government, US chargé d'affaires Todd Haskell said on Wednesday.

"The United States will be working with Right to Care. We're providing $3 million and it's along the lines of vaccine distribution and addressing the Covid crisis in general," Haskell said in an interview on Wednesday.

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